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#!/usr/bin/env python
# Copyright (C) 2009-2010:
# Gabes Jean,
# Gerhard Lausser,
# This file is part of Shinken.
# Shinken is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify
# it under the terms of the GNU Affero General Public License as published by
# the Free Software Foundation, either version 3 of the License, or
# (at your option) any later version.
# Shinken is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
# but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
# GNU Affero General Public License for more details.
# You should have received a copy of the GNU Affero General Public License
# along with Shinken. If not, see <>.
# This file is used to test reading and processing of config files
import time
from shinken_test import unittest, ShinkenTest
class TestConfig(ShinkenTest):
def setUp(self):
def test_contact_def(self):
# Config is not correct because of a wrong relative path
# in the main config file
print "Get the contact"
now = time.time()
contact = self.sched.contacts.find_by_name("test_contact")
print "The contact", contact.__dict__
print "All notification Way:"
for nw in self.sched.notificationways:
print "\t", nw.notificationway_name
email_in_day = self.sched.notificationways.find_by_name('email_in_day')
self.assert_(email_in_day in contact.notificationways)
email_s_cmd = email_in_day.service_notification_commands.pop()
email_h_cmd = email_in_day.host_notification_commands.pop()
sms_the_night = self.sched.notificationways.find_by_name('sms_the_night')
self.assert_(sms_the_night in contact.notificationways)
sms_s_cmd = sms_the_night.service_notification_commands.pop()
sms_h_cmd = sms_the_night.host_notification_commands.pop()
# And check the criticity values
self.assert_(email_in_day.min_business_impact == 0)
self.assert_(sms_the_night.min_business_impact == 5)
print "Contact notification way(s):"
for nw in contact.notificationways:
print "\t", nw.notificationway_name
for c in nw.service_notification_commands:
print "\t\t", c.get_name()
contact_simple = self.sched.contacts.find_by_name("test_contact_simple")
# It's the created notifway for this simple contact
test_contact_simple_inner_notificationway = self.sched.notificationways.find_by_name("test_contact_simple_inner_notificationway")
print "Simple contact"
for nw in contact_simple.notificationways:
print "\t", nw.notificationway_name
for c in nw.service_notification_commands:
print "\t\t", c.get_name()
self.assert_(test_contact_simple_inner_notificationway in contact_simple.notificationways)
# we take as criticity a huge value from now
huge_criticity = 5
# Now all want* functions
# First is ok with warning alerts
self.assert_(email_in_day.want_service_notification(now, 'WARNING', 'PROBLEM', huge_criticity) == True)
# But a SMS is now WAY for warning. When we sleep, we wake up for critical only guy!
self.assert_(sms_the_night.want_service_notification(now, 'WARNING', 'PROBLEM', huge_criticity) == False)
# Same with contacts now
# First is ok for warning in the email_in_day nw
self.assert_(contact.want_service_notification(now, 'WARNING', 'PROBLEM', huge_criticity) == True)
# Simple is not ok for it
self.assert_(contact_simple.want_service_notification(now, 'WARNING', 'PROBLEM', huge_criticity) == False)
# Then for host notification
# First is ok for warning in the email_in_day nw
self.assert_(contact.want_host_notification(now, 'FLAPPING', 'PROBLEM', huge_criticity) == True)
# Simple is not ok for it
self.assert_(contact_simple.want_host_notification(now, 'FLAPPING', 'PROBLEM', huge_criticity) == False)
# And now we check that we refuse SMS for a low level criticity
# I do not want to be awaken by a dev server! When I sleep, I sleep!
# (and my wife will kill me if I do...)
# We take the EMAIL test because SMS got the night ony, so we take a very low value for criticity here
self.assert_(email_in_day.want_service_notification(now, 'WARNING', 'PROBLEM', -1) == False)
if __name__ == '__main__':
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